While shopping at Home Depot earlier this evening I came across an organic soil from the Kellogg Garden Products Company in Carson, CA. They offer several different organic soil products which consist of some combination of recycled forest products, sphagnum peat moss, arbor fines, peat humus, compost, composted poultry manure, rice hulls, gypsum, worm castings, kelp meal, bat guano, coco coir, perlite, hydrolyzed feather meal, bone meal, alfalfa meal, oyster and dolomite limes, mycorrhizae all ph'ed between 5.8 -7.3. (I'm sure i left out a few)
Does anyone have any experience with any of this company's products? If so, would you detail your opinion of the product for which you have experienced? For those of you who have the time and would like to view the different organic soil mixes their website is kellogggarden.com. Your opinion would be greatly appreciated! Also, include which product would be best for indoor cannabis gardening.
Ultimately, I would like to start growing organically and would prefer to purchase the organic soil rather than attempting to build some type of organic "super soil".
Thanks for everyone's time! I would love to hear some feedback regardless of whether its good or bad!